How difficult a liner install can get

You know you're going to have a hard time when the customer first insists that you set your ladder up on plywood so that you don't track dirt onto his drainage stone. Needless to say...that didn't happen. As the job went on, we continued to have problems, but Dan dealt with them as they came about. Needless to say, in the end, it all looked pretty good to us

Photo By Duxbury Chimney Sweep

Like I said, needless to say, we did not set up the ladder on the plywood

This was a high chimney as well.

Fireplace flue tiles have been taken out, leaving the furnace flue next to it intact.

Had to put holes in the side of the chimney to winch up the chimney stainless steel liner from the bottom.

Set the winch up at the top of the chimney

Starting the install of the stainless steel chimney liner.

Once the liner is installed, the hole needs to be closed up.

Looks like he wasn't even there!

Once the insulation was poured, a new crown was poured and the chimney cap re-installed.

Picture perfect! Work completed by the Duxbury Chimney Sweep.


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